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energy. they are in six states including new york and new jersey and ohio. they are a huge energy concern. they do electricity and natural gas and coal-fired generation and nuclear. what is the landscape for energy? the electrical utilities. back to you. dave: before that we tell you what drove the markets with the data download. some jobs euphoria did fade with all three major indices losing ground. the dow is the only index that managed to eke out modest gains. stocks posting of a first weekly gain. closing weaken the green but financials technology was the biggest lagger. the economy added 14,000 jobs in september narrowly beating the economist estimates. the unemployment rate went the other direction and for the first time in forty-four months dropping to 7.8% from 8.9%. we get into details of that. a lot of people are skeptical. bold falling from an 11 month high following the september jobs report. oppresses metal jumped $17.95 before settling at $1,080 an ounce. let's get today's action from the pits of the cme. paul desmond will tell us why you need to watch small caps carefully.
million new jobs. my energy independence policy means 3 million new jobs. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and small business creates 7 million more. expanding trade, cracking down on china, and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. that is the candidates and their plan for creating jobs, particularly in manufacturing. eric morath is an economy reporter for "the wall street journal." chris savage is back of the table -- nice to see you, mr. savage. how much leverage does the president have in creating jobs in the manufacturing sector? guest: it is difficult for them to directly see these numbers go up and down. we have seen the obama administration tried to do that the last four years and we have seen ideas from the ronny administration. romney administration. host: how large a role this manufacturing plant in the u.s.? -- does manufacturing play in the u.s.? guest: a lot of people feel like it is is dying industry in america, but take a look at the numbers. the u.s. still the world's largest man
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income earners passed this november. this is a big deal but they hope green energy will fill the gap, dream energy will be the jobs engine and silicon valley will help out. dagen: job losses in this state or movement of jobs out of the state could turn the tide in terms of what politicians one? at what point does it reach a level that they can continue to ignore it? >> i don't think politicians in california care about these jobs. i think they care about high tech jobs and green jobs and their view that only the jobs in california that we don't really want mcdonald's or care about those. they won't states it publicly but that is the mentality and mindset and how they are operating. dagen: thank you. [talking over each other] dagen: southern california is beautiful. connell: you heard from president obama talking about the jobs report this morning at a campaign rally in virginia. we expect to hear from it romney any minute. he is also in virginia. wayne rogers joins us from pensacola, florida to talk about this. what was your first reaction to the jobs report? >> not a lot is being do
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was that guy during the debate? that point aside, will this new message resonate? >> you saw a lot of energy for the president in both those rallies. this is the theme coming from the obama campaign and the candidate himself, that mitt romney is maybe twisting the facts, that he's a different man, changed man, maybe moving to the middle. we just got reaction to the romney campaign on the unemployment report. the first line from their statement, this is not what a real recovery looks like. stay tuned, carol. >> okay. i'm sure there will be more later. paul steinhauser in washington. >>> after getting hit hard in the recession, we'll take you to indiiana, where one company is contributing to the comeback. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and application sites between these prod
. this is the view outside. that little weather system has been raining for days. finally sunday loper of energy and clouds of tear. up here. we're going to warm up dramatically. 56 degrees by the evening. the weekend we will spend in mid november temperatures. 87 percent of the last decade's worth of octobers have seen '80s. we bring warm fan. by late in the day we start pushing them out of here. cooler air comes into a big part of the country. there's another push of cool air that will come in. a lot of commotion going on out west. we have winter storm watches in northern minnesota. a lot of wind expected in this transition. iran will not be continued. this is the way our model predicts the evolution of the atmosphere. by midnight a couple of sharks around. by morning we expect this cloud cover to move out of here. the first showers are coming with a cold front. they come in the afternoon. this is not a big grain producing system. a temperature of 61. these are updated every 30 seconds with direct internet links to all of our 180 weather stations all over the area. the fall colors of and then
company called maxim energy. we sell diesel to drilling rigs and fracking rigs. that will be a big place of business for us here. liz: i'm looking over your right shoulder at the stadium. back in the day i was at cleveland stadium where they had holes in the window -- i mean right over there is lake erie so it is freezing during the winter. i can remember a denver game where i think my fingers froze around the coca-cola cup. will you put a dome on this stadium? is that a consideration you have thought about? >> we've said we're going to bring stadium architects in. this stadium is 15 years old, needs some work. we will look at any and all options to make the stadium more friendly to the fans. liz: i don't think it's that old though. >> in 15 years if you think where this stadium sits and the weather it is exposed to, it is outdoor stadium, the wear and tear these stadiums take, you have to stay up to speed and stay modern. there's been a lot of stadiums built since then. liz: the ref lockout, it's now over. sadly cleveland couldn't win even with the replacement refs. the nfl structure, a
, her driving energy and her unwavering ambition, and her indomitable drive. but within a short time she realized he was and in court jubal drunk. -- in court jubal drunk. and despite his own international celebrity, he could not spare her rising thing. rebecca west who have met thompson in london in 1921, whom jim spoke about in his introduction, and later when dorothy was a chief of the bureau in berlin, was as courageous and as an domino ball as american friend, possibly more so. kindred spirits intent on breaking through that concrete ceiling of male-dominated literature and journalism. they both were intent on confronting the pivotal issues of their times head-on. and they would remain friends all of their lives. rebecca west had as humble a beginning as dorothy thompson eric she was born so silly isabel fairfield on the outskirts of london in 1892 to a scotch highland mother with musical aspirations, and a truly gifted journalist father. when he left them, abandoned them to poverty, when she, too, was only eight, she was both devastated and liberated. as angry as she was, she, like
a little bit of energy, to have a smile, but to also survive against paul ryan, who though inexperienced on the national stage, is quite intelligent. i think we'll be bringing a lot of numbers, a lot of analysis to the debate. but biden has that populous touch. i think it will really help him. >> it really is going to be fascinating to watch on thursday and talk about as well. who do you think is going to win that thing, robert? >> i think it's going to be a draw. it's more important for paul ryan to come out with that threshold of being in executive office. >> nia-malika? >> i got to go draw too, play it safe. >> you guys. you newspaper people. keith, i know your answer. i'll ask you anyway. >> biden is clearly going to win this debate. he's a great debater. ryan is going to be on the defensive. >> thank you so much. appreciate your time, as always. >> thanks, craig. >> i'll be back next weekend for more coverage of all of the developments on the campaign trail. it is all here on msnbc, the place for politics. we'll work on that picture. look how big that guy's head is, keith. my god. w
babies to families all across the country. >> i'm great at being pregnant. i have tons of energy and no morning sickness. >> reporter: in 2010, more than 1,400 babies were born to gestational surrogates, almost double the number from 2004. >> we've gotten so much better at in vitro fertilization technology. therefore this becomes more of a successful reality. >> reporter: it is increasingly becoming a family affair. this past august, 53-year-old cindy gave birth to her own granddaughter. she volunteered to carry the baby after her daughter emily was diagnosed with cervical cancer and had a hysterectomy. >> the thought of emily and mike not being able to have children and sort of chair that piece of their lives with someone just broke my heart. >> the baby conceived through ivf using emily and her husband's genetic material made their dream of starting a family come true. >> the lack of sleep, which is -- which we knew was coming, we couldn't be happier. >> reporter: even sisters are helping each other out. when tonya radcliffe learned she could conceive a baby but not carry one,
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